Global warming increases the sea ice of Antarctica

SEa IceWarming oceans may be the main driving force expansion of sea ice in the Antarctic.

While the last three decades, the sea ice at the North Pole markedly decreased , on the other side of the world with an area increased . According to Richard Bintan of the Meteorological Institute of the Netherlands and his colleagues intensified melting of the Antarctic ice sheet , which is losing mass at a rate of 250 Gt per year, may be the deciding factor of a small but statistically significant increase of sea ice in the area.  Continue reading “Global warming increases the sea ice of Antarctica”